Naughty Dog is arguably the greatest developer in games today. While the Californian company has fairly humble origins as JAM Software, it exploded in popularity during the mid-90s when it released a little PSone exclusive named Crash Bandicoot. Since then, the company has gone from strength-to-strength, building blockbuster brands such as Jak & Daxter, Uncharted, and, of course, The Last of Us.
In order to celebrate its 30th year in business, the firm will be holding a tribute art show at the Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles. There, attendees will be able to peruse some of the studio’s best artwork, and even watch a full documentary on the organisation’s history on both 4th October and 12th October. Admission will be free, and there’ll be prizes and special seminars for you to attend. You may even bump into some of your heroes, too.
Don’t worry if you can’t make the overseas trip, as the full anniversary video will be posted online next month. Judging by the trailer embedded below, it’ll feature interviews with founders Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin, as well as more familiar faces such as Evan Wells and Mark Cerny. We must admit, we love this behind-the-scenes industry stuff, so we’re actually stupidly excited to watch the full thing.